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Not quite sure where to put my question since I have been searching the net for an answer, but here goes:-

 

I have a charging order (or a restriction since the house in joint owned), which was put upon by a landlord whose building i was leasing for business.

 

So its a private individual who has put a charge on my house. Now my question is what happens to that charging order if the landlord dies?

 

Do I still have to pay the debt to get the charging order off the land Registry?

Does one of his family member get the ownership of the charging order?

 

Any actual facts to my questions would be much appreciated, thanks.

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